Saturday, November 15, 2008

Letter From Santa

If you have children or grandchildren or anyone special you want to receive a letter from Santa you really must go to this site
They will get a special letter written just for them from Santa. Santa even writes about the real meaning of the season! I have just ordered letters for my 2 youngest grandchildren. They are really going to be surprised to have a letter from Santa in the mailbox! You can pick which letter you want sent. The letter will also mention siblings, pets, what the child did special this year and what they want for Christmas.
The money from this will help the writer pay for adoption fees to adopt 2 children.What are you waiting for???? Pop on over and make a child happy!


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much - my great nieces in IN will love this! Hope you haven't worked too hard today!

Mary said...

This is a great idea, Peggy. I have always written a letter from Santa to the boys on my computer and inserted a photo of Santa and his reindeer for the header. They love receiving them and will be doing that again this year.

Jordan and I went shopping today and we bought a few goodies for my partner's stocking. He loved helping me choose things for her and said it made him feel like Santa. lol He made good choices too. It's going to be fun to see how she reacts. I will email you a little later and let you know what he chose.

I just read the post below and am glad that the tornado stayed away from your area. I hope there wasn't much damage.

Take care and enjoy the good weather. It's been raining here for over 24 hours and the wind has a bite to it.


Kelly or Alex said...

Thank you for the idea. I have a 5 year old granddaughter that will love this. I don't miss tornados and am glad that we don't get many in Maine. We had snow flurries last week but now we have rain. The fields love it but the mud is horrible. Take care and enjoy the coming festivities. Kelly

Jess said...

This is great! Thanks so much!!!

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

It is always fun to help a child, when they are just the right age, write a letter to Santa and get a reply.

The Canadian Post Office takes up the task of answering the children's letters and apparently hild the world record for doing this, with an army of volunteers.

This is a free service.

What has always amused me is the postal code of H0H 0H0

Mae said...

Thank for sharing and sounds like something my little neice will love.

Mrs.Ruiz said...

Thats so sweet. Thanks for the good idea, we are going to get him the VISA reloadable card, that way I can put the money on it for him, if he doesnt keep enough for himself when he gets paid:)))

Lib said...

Hi Peggy,
What a neat idea.
Like your bag stockings in the other post! I like unique items.
Hope you have a great wk.
I know ya'll will have a fun Chritsmas wk.end:o)

PEA said...

Oh sis, what a wonderful idea this person has, to make children happy while raising money to help her adopt two children!! Even though my grandbaby will only be one month old at Christmas, I'm sure she'd still want to hear from Santa, right?? hehe xoxo